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Delwin ‘Kim’ L. Gottschall

June 29, 2015 Delwin “Kim” L. Gottschall, 83, of Jersey Shore, passed away on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at the Gatehouse. Kim was the husband of Martha P. Hummer Gottschall with whom he shared 63 years of marriag. more »»

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'A floating classroom'

May 3, 2015 The West Branch Susquehanna Sojourn — a five-day educational padding and camping trip highlighting the West Branch of the Susquehanna River from Jersey Shore to Muncy — has been described as the... more »»

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32 vie for Laurel Queen crown this weekend

June 14, 2015 WELLSBORO — In one of the largest competitions in several years for the crown of Laurel Queen of the Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival, 32 young women representing high schools throughout the state... more »»

Business

New business spotlight on Sawhorse Cafe

June 21, 2015 Jesse Darrow has worked in coffee shops and restaurants all over the U.S. and even overseas. Over the past decade or so, he learned a lot about how such businesses are run. more »»

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Loving a parade

June 21, 2015 The 74th Annual Laurel Festival Parade was held Saturday in Wellsboro. Clockwise from top: A float with Laurel Queen contestants travels up Main Street. The Hitmen from Rochester, N.Y. more »»

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Europe cautiously optimistic of Greek debt deal this week

June 23, 2015 BRUSSELS (AP) — Greece has finally offered economic reforms that creditors consider potentially acceptable, giving Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras a couple days to turn a spirit of goodwill into a dea... more »»

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Tioga County Courthouse bell to be on display in renovated lobby

June 24, 2015 WESTFIELD — The old mission bell in the cupola at the Tioga County Courthouse will be restored and placed on display in the lobby once the courthouse renovation is complete, commissioners announced... more »»

Business

Site services provider aids more than drilling industries

June 28, 2015 Walker Gross keeps busy these days with the RG Group, repairing and fixing vehicles and heavy equipment that service industries. “Before this, I just worked out of my truck on the road,” he said. more »»

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Inmate fails to return to prison

June 29, 2015 WELLSBORO — State police are looking for Jesse W. Colegrove, who failed to return to Tioga County Prison on Friday after being out on furlough. more »»

Obituaries

James F. Finkler

June 29, 2015 James F. Finkler, 52, of Hughesville, died Saturday, June 27, 2015, at the Gatehouse Hospice Center, Williamsport. Born Dec. 21, 1962, in Philadelphia, he was a son of Stewart S. more »»

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Henry Dunn Insurance is community-based

April 6, 2015 Though Henry Dunn Insurance is a growing corporation they are still a community-based business where close client relationships are ke. more »»

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'Jobs that pay'

April 16, 2015 ALLENWOOD — As he toured a local natural gas well training site Wednesday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf emphasized the need for the state to continue investing in the industry. more »»

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Getgen Excavating serves community for 40 years

May 4, 2015 Since 1975, one family-run excavating business has continuously served the area, providing excellent service to its clients. more »»

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SHOOTING SPORTS

May 3, 2015 Consolidated Sportsmen of Lycoming County 6386 Route 87, Loyalsockville www.consolidatedsportsmen.com Al Foust, 570-435-0043 or alf2520@verizon.net • Cowboy lever action Tuesdays: May 5, 26. more »»

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North Central Sight Services: A community leader

June 1, 2015 North Central Sight Services, 2121 Reach Road, has been a valuable part of the local community for nearly 60 years. more »»

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Jehovah's Witnesses going door-to-door in closed-door world

June 20, 2015 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Like any group of spirited salesmen, this crew swaps stories about the big scores, those times when people couldn’t wait to buy what they were selling. more »»

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Paws for assistance

June 23, 2015 Kenton Greiner-Fiester is not unlike a lot of children. The 8-year-old loves to play video games and jump on the trampoline in the backyard of his Williamsport home. more »»

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